Photographers in all levels love to use adobe lightroom since it comes with a lot of exciting and new features such as presets. Lightroom contains only few default presets to guide users on how to use and create presets in the future. These presets such as sepia, black and white, vintage, lomo can be applied to one or more images at once. However, there are times when we do not have enough time to create presets since we need to attend on some important things. But we don’t have to worry about it, there are hundreds and thousands of lightroom presets uploaded everyday online, and most of it can be downloaded for free or paid.
In this article, we will have a quick overview on how to import lightroom presets. But before anything else and for those individuals who are still unaware about lightroom, here’s a quick definition and explaination on that. Lightroom by Adobe system is a photo editing tool that is intended to help photographers in their workload. It is a non-destructive program which preserves that original quality of the image. Since the first release in 2007, lightroom is consistent in providing assistance to photographers. With lightroom, professional photographers have more time to take new wonderful images. Moreover, lightroom contains preset or more like filters in instagram and other social networking sites that can be used in modifying images. Clearly, presets are useful, they turn every dull images into a more brilliant and stunning photo.
So if you want to add lightroom preset from your desktop, cloud or other storage to your preset library collections, here’s what to do:
- Go to lightroom’s interface
- Go to the develop module tab
- Right click anywhere in the interface and you will a list of collections of presets on the left side
- Select on to the import tab and steer to your preferred file location
As simple as that, you can now import your images from your devices to lightroom’s library.